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Work permit for Non-EU dependent visa

My wife is here with me in Zurich. She has a resident permit B, dependent. There's a company that agrees to offer her a job. The thing is that we have to renew our permit soon and in the permit renew form there's a part that the current employer has to fill in.

So what do we have to do?
- Is this possible for her to work (her permit is here) ?
- How to apply for the work permit for non EU dependent B permit.
- Do we have to hand in the renew form without any stamp from the new employer & apply for work permit separately?

The company also does not know well about the non-EU dependent B permit process.
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My wife is here with me in Zurich. She has a resident permit B, dependent. There's a company that agrees to offer her a job. The thing is that we have to renew our permit soon and in the permit renew form there's a part that the current employer has to fill in.

So what do we have to do?
- Is this possible for her to work (her permit is here) ?
The company should be the one applying

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- How to apply for the work permit for non EU dependent B permit.
The company should apply for a B work permit same as they would do for someone who doesn't live in Switzerland.

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- Do we have to hand in the renew form without any stamp from the new employer & apply for work permit separately?
Probably yes, since the renewal is straight-through and the application is quite longer.

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The company also does not know well about the non-EU dependent B permit process.
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Re: Work permit for Non-EU dependent visa

The company should apply for a new permit B for your wife. Her dependant permit B does not allow her to work in Switzerland.

Wy wife was invited to teach Chinese in a language school here and she did not accept it as the job needs her to teach in another city too. But the school manager told us that it will be no problem for her to get the work permit as there is no quota limit for her. One family will share only one quota, which has been given to you before.
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Re: Work permit for Non-EU dependent visa

One thing I forgot to mention is that I'm a PhD student. Does that make any difference?
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But the school manager told us that it will be no problem for her to get the work permit as there is no quota limit for her. One family will share only one quota, which has been given to you before.
Sorry to appear so cynical, and apologies to Cheng, but from what I have read in this forum regarding dependent B Ausweis work permit, the new employer DOES have to prove that they cannot find suitable Swiss or EU person and only then employ someone non-EU. And if this "one family one quota" was relevant then, Dependent B VISA would practically allow the spouse to work unhindered.

Can someone clarify it? Richard or Shorrick if you are reading this ... This sounds too good to be true.

Thanks in advance.
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Sorry to appear so cynical, and apologies to Cheng, but from what I have read in this forum regarding dependent B Ausweis work permit, the new employer DOES have to prove that they cannot find suitable Swiss or EU person and only then employ someone non-EU. And if this "one family one quota" was relevant then, Dependent B VISA would practically allow the spouse to work unhindered.

Can someone clarify it? Richard or Shorrick if you are reading this ... This sounds too good to be true.

Thanks in advance.
According to what I know there are two hurdles - priority of national workforce and quota. I believe the second does not apply to dependent Bs, but since Richard is back, i'll defer to him.
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According to what I know there are two hurdles - priority of national workforce and quota. I believe the second does not apply to dependent Bs, but since Richard is back, i'll defer to him.
Good question, I also want to know the answer
Many thanks to all of you
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